Charlotte Uhlenbroek
Zoologist, television presenter
Charlotte Uhlenbroek
Charlotte Jane Uhlenbroek is a British zoologist and BBC television presenter.
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Lara Croft lookalike Charlotte Uhlenbroek says female academics must look like 'frumps' to be taken seriously
Daily Mail (UK) - over 5 years
Dr <a class="fplink fp-46909" href="/charlotte+uhlenbroek">Charlotte Uhlenbroek</a>, pictured, who has a PhD in zoology and who has spent years studying chimpanzees, said that her looks mean it can be hard to be taken seriously in academic circles.
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Madagascar [Blu-Ray] - Exclaim!
Google News - over 5 years
And in case this three-part series on lemurs, with the occasional mongoose, frog or newt, wasn&#39;t enough, there&#39;s an hour-long special feature titled &quot;Lemurs of Madagascar,&quot; with Charlotte Uhlenbroek, wherein she wanders around with the creatures and
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Love Your Garden - ITV1, 8pm - Mirror.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
There are also reports from chef Valentine Warner on urban beekeeping, and Charlotte Uhlenbroek has some tips on protecting the wildlife in your garden from marauding moggies. Uhlenbroek is a zoologist who usually makes programmes in Africa about
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DVD Review: Madagascar: The Land Where Evolution Ran Wild - The Trades
Google News - over 5 years
The host Charlotte Uhlenbroek was nowhere near as interesting as Mr. Attenborough and the adventures of the Whiskers were far more entertaining than these lemurs. Unless you count the two additional documentaries, there is no bonus material at all
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Alan Titchmarsh ITV1 series to focus on British garden stories - Horticulture Week
Google News - almost 6 years
It will feature Valentine Warner on grow your own, Matt James on garden design, water features and garden furniture, Charlotte Uhlenbroek on wildlife gardening and Laetitia Maklouf on gardening in small spaces, including conservatories and window boxes
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ALAN TITCHMARSH'S BACK TO TV ROOTS - Express.co.uk
Google News - almost 6 years
Wildlife expert Charlotte Uhlenbroek will meet the gardeners who want to attract animals, insects and birds to their plot while Laetitia Maklouf will demonstrate how to cultivate small spaces, from elegant conservatories to beautiful window boxes
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WHAT'S ON TODAY
NYTimes - over 7 years
8 P.M. (Nickelodeon) MR. TROOP MOM (2009) George Lopez (above, with campers) plays Eddie Serrano, a Gucci-loafer-clad workaholic lawyer and widowed father who tries to bond with his daughter, Naomi (Daniela Bobadilla), by signing up for ''team mom'' duty at an action-game jamboree. Jane Lynch is Ms. Hulka, the camp's Pattonesque director; Jianna
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HOLIDAY BOOKS; Animals
NYTimes - about 8 years
Despite its oversize heft and glossy nature photography, ANIMAL LIFE (DK/American Museum of Natural History, $50) is not a coffee-table book to breeze through. Edited by the zoologist Charlotte Uhlenbroek, the book is both a stunning pictorial essay and a dynamic textbook that serves as a key to the animal kingdom. Coming in at 512 pages, ''Animal
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Charlotte Uhlenbroek
    FORTIES
  • 2009
    Age 41
    In 2009 she was associate producer for and presented Among the Apes, a four-part series on Five, each part concerning a different primate species.
    More Details Hide Details Since 2006, she has been married to Daniel Rees, who works as a producer for the BBC Natural History Unit. Uhlenbroek supports Animal Aid and their campaign against primate experiments, stating: "I have yet to hear a sufficiently compelling scientific argument that justifies the suffering inflicted on primates in medical research." She is also a supporter of many animal-orientated charities, including Fauna and Flora International, the Great Apes Survival Project, the Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre and Compassion in World Farming. Uhlenbroek also wrote the introduction to Wildlife Portfolio of the Year: Volume Nine, one of an annual collection of prize-winning images.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2007
    Age 39
    In 2007, she presented Safari School, a twenty-part BBC 2 "reality" series in which eight celebrities had to learn to become game rangers at the Shamwari Game Reserve.
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  • 2004
    Age 36
    In 2004, she was one of the subjects of the short documentary series The Way We Went Wild, about television's natural history presenters.
    More Details Hide Details Uhlenbroek visited the Mefou National Park in Cameroon in 2006 to provide narration for Animal Planet's Going Ape TV series, based on the charity Ape Action Africa.
  • 1998
    Age 30
    She went on to present the BBC Two programme Chimpanzee Diary as part of the Animal Zone during 1998 and 1999.
    More Details Hide Details Uhlenbroek subsequently presented a number of documentaries (both series and one-off programmes) for the BBC, including: Cousins (2000), Congo's Secret Chimps (2001), Talking with Animals (2002), Jungle (2003), Secret Gorillas of Mondika (2005).
  • OTHER
  • 1967
    Born
    Born in 1967.
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